Police hunting camouflaged Audi on West Midlands motorways

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The camouflaged car has escaped two police chases

Cops are hunting a mysterious driver who TWICE gave police the slip in his camouflaged Audi.

The Central Motorway Police Group (CMPG) said the car failed to stop for two patrols on Sunday (3/4) night.

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The car, bizarrely painted in a grey and black camo design, later crashed but the driver ran off.

CMPG tweeted: "This Audi failed to stop for two patrols this evening.

“His luck eventually ran out when he crashed and ran off. He kindly left us lots of clues to his identity, so will soon be speaking with us."

The camouflaged Audi which crashed in the West MidlandsThe camouflaged Audi which crashed in the West Midlands
The camouflaged Audi which crashed in the West Midlands | CMPG / SWNS

Social media users were quick to mock the driver

One tweeted: "Oh the irony of camouflaging your car so it stands out." Another said: "All I see are two wheels in the photo."

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Another added: "How did you manage to see it? I thought that stupid camouflage wrap would make it invisible."

Another driver said: “I think this guy has taken driving in Birmingham’s ‘concrete jungle’ a little too far.”

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